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"Work in Progress and Still Rolling!"
by Nerissa B
Tucson, AZ
Mileage: 202,713 miles
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I got my 1993 Honda Civic del Sol a little over a year ago. It was a theft recovery vehicle, so the roof doesn't match, nor the seats, etc. So it had seen better days. Slowly, but surely I have been fixing it up. Some friends told me not to take it on long trips, etc. Said she wouldn't make it. Well, she has been to Apache Junction, Phoenix, and Goodyear, and keeps on rolling! I've had to replace things like timing belt, oil pan gasket, rear main seal, etc. But for a 14 year old car, she runs like a champ and I love it. When I do sell this one, I plan to own another del Sol. They are AWESOME!
by Sharon S on July 20, 2008 at 12:40 PM
I own a 2001 Honda Civic. I have 100,000 kil. on it. When should the timing belt be replaced?